The legislation being considered by the Republicans in Congress fails to eliminate incentives for companies to move operations abroad, experts said.
FX has been a rare thing — a basic-cable network at a time of subscription services, and a place of boutique autonomy at a moment of scale and corporate oversight. 
Facebook’s like icon can be seen at its headquarters in Menlo Park, Calif. (AP)
Facebook’s "like" icon can be seen at its headquarters in Menlo Park, Calif. (AP)
After a revealing exchange between Facebook and its former head of growth, Chamath Palihapitiya, the company made perhaps its fullest acknowledgment yet of the negative consequences of its massive platform, and he has softened some of his criticisms.
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If you have a regular job, a mortgage, kids to put through college, credit card debt, a pitiful emergency fund and a lackluster retirement account, don’t even think about buying bitcoin.
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Adding to the deficit by cutting taxes on corporations and the very well-off and then seeking to reduce the deficit by cutting programs that help the not-so-well-off is the very definition of gall.
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These five connected home products are worth the cost, setup and security risks.
Logos of CVS and Aetna are seen on a monitor at the New York Stock Exchange on Dec. 5. (Reuters)
Logos of CVS and Aetna are seen on a monitor at the New York Stock Exchange on Dec. 5. (Reuters)
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Vertical mergers can be anti-competitive if either of the firms is a dominant player in its market and its markets aren’t all that competitive. And that is almost certainly the case in terms of CVS, Aetna and the health-care sector.
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The 2018 Touring version of Mazda’s all-wheel-drive SUV moves fast, runs on regular-grade fuel, and is safe, especially for those who are aging.

Cheetos, Star Wars and the Harlem Shake: The government's most powerful telecom regulator defends the repeal of open Internet rules.

Since 1980, the economy has transferred 8 points of national income from the poor to the rich.

As the FCC and net neutrality activists gear up for a court fight, many policy experts say they are exhausted.

They worry discount could eat into their margins.

Racial animus trumps economic anxiety, and has for decades.

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In the last two years, several top figures at Fox News have been ousted over sexual misconduct allegations.

GOP Sens. Marco Rubio and Mike Lee want any tax overhaul bill to include tens of billions of dollars in new tax breaks for low-income and working-class families.

Move is part of broader push to sell directly to customers.

The humans fought back, launching multiple attacks on the defenseless robot.

Trump says a “typical” family will save $2,000 in taxes and see $4,000 in higher pay. In reality, there's a lot of variation on who benefits — and by how much.

Inspector general finds $3 million in errant expenses so far, but D.C., 18 states dispute some

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“The Simpsons” and Mickey Mouse. Captain America and the rest of the Avengers with the X-Men. Oh, the combinations there could be thanks to Disney's acquisition of Fox.

The company has been denied permission to operate in London and York, England, and told to change its practices in Tel Aviv.

Net neutrality isn’t a Republican or Democrat issue. It’s about the start-ups that can’t buy first-class access.

FCC regulations have long promoted innovation that benefits consumers, not stifled it.

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An Obama-era rule is expected to be rolled back after more than a decade of debate surrounding the policy.

Lawmakers are exploring the change, which would free up revenue to fund a tax break for the wealthy and among adjustments to their $1.5 trillion tax overhaul.

Details of the final tax legislation are still forthcoming, but congressional aides say lawmakers are responding to the outcry from students.

Tuition waivers for graduate students are expected to remain tax-free. The medical deduction, which helps 8.8 million Americans with severe conditions like Alzheimer's, is also expected to remain.

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